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Author Topic: Lots of info about lots of browsers  (Read 1865 times)

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Lots of info about lots of browsers
« on: August 31, 2006, 04:20:31 AM »
I found this interesting page while searching for browser detection info for mobile browsers.

This gives an overview of the browsers and their futures.

This page covers:  AOL,  AOL-Compuserve,  AOL Explorer,  AOL-Netscape,  AOL-TV,  Apple Safari,  DoCoMo iMode,  Escape,  HotJava,  IBM Home Page Reader,  IBM Web Browser,  iCab,  Konqueror,  Lynx,  Microsoft Internet Explorer,  Microsoft MSN Explorer,  Microsoft MSN-TV Viewer,  Mosaic,  Mozilla (and Camino, Firefox, and SeaMonkey),  Nokia,  OmniWeb,  Openwave,  Opera,  W3C Amaya.

Note: because this site focuses on browsers needed to test websites, it rarely covers browsers that are little used or that use standard engines from more common browsers.


http://www.upsdell.c...serNews/overview.htm

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Re: Lots of info about lots of browsers
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2006, 05:13:51 AM »
I have taken a closer look at the rest of the site...and it's a fantastic treasure trove of info of interest to web designers/webmasters.

And tons of just interesting stuff about various browsers in general.

Be sure to take a look at the rest of the site and not just the page I first posted.

http://www.upsdell.c...rowserNews/index.htm